Origin: Irish Meaning: I’ve seen it listed as meaning “exalted one”, but also coming from Celtic brig/brigant meaning “high” or briga meaning “might” and “power”. Variants: Brighid, Bridget, Bridgette, Bride, Brid, Breda; Brigitta, Brigitte, Birgitta, Britta, Brigida In Irish mythology, Brigid is one of the triple goddess and ruled over healing, poetry and smithcraft.
Origin: Ancient Celtic Meaning: an Anglicized form of Cunobelinus meaning “hound of Belenus” from old Celtic element koun (hound) combined with the name of a Celtic god, Belenus. Variants: Cunobelinus
Origin: French, German, English Meaning: Possibly an Old French form of Germanic Belissendis, possibly composed of elements bili meaning “suitable, proper, fitting, decent, amiable” and swind “strong, brave, powerful” It could also be another form of Elizabeth meaning “My God is oath” or “My God is abundance” It could also be related to Belenus, a Celtic god of the…
Origin: Celtic, Welsh, French Meaning: Old French form of Drustan, a diminutive of Drust which means “riot” or “tumult”; also associated with Latin tristis meaning sad Variants: Tristen, Tristyn, Triston, Tristram, Drystan, Tristão; Tristina (f), Tristine (f), Trista (f)